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Zulfee

USA
Posted - Monday, October 16, 2006  -  2:31 PM Reply with quote
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If you regret it, then just delete it.

Do the courage, Bastard.
oosman

USA
Posted - Monday, October 16, 2006  -  6:18 PM Reply with quote
The word 'bastard' means illegitimate child - or child born out of wedlock.

If someone is called 'bastard', then that carries the implication that his/her parents had sex out of wedlock.

That is a serious accusation. In the Quran, the one who slanders someone like this, the punishment for that is 80 lashes - (sura noor).

By calling someone else bastard, one can easily earn the wrath of Allah and the worldy punishment of 80 lashes.

And Allah knows best.
raushan

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Posted - Tuesday, October 17, 2006  -  6:34 AM Reply with quote
Once,Shah Ismail (of taqwiyatul iman)was delivering a public sermon.

suddenly of his opponents interrupted with an intention to humiliate him in full view of public asked "are you a bastard?"

"No",the witness of my parents wedding are still alive ,you may consult them.
and shah continues his speech.
sksamsherali

INDIA
Posted - Wednesday, October 18, 2006  -  9:12 AM Reply with quote
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One other Book that I would strongly recommend is Meezan by Javaid Ahmad Ghamidhi. It defines the religion in a text book manner and I have found it very helpful.The last thing to suggets is the www.Understanding-Islam.org.web site.You can read question and answers on individual topics or pose questions.

There is no place of any sect in Islam. The guys you are pointing out are surely not properly educated. Remember…they are the ‘TRADITIONALISTS’ and belong to the corrupt form of the sect Ehl hadith. So discard their views otherwise the people like them will surely let you be the fuel of the Hell.

WHO ONE BLOODY BASTARD DELETED MY MAIL?????????????????


Excellent brother.

Samsher
Nida_e_Khair

PAKISTAN
Posted - Wednesday, October 18, 2006  -  2:02 PM Reply with quote
I can't believe this is happening! Mr. Samsher, let me get this straight: You are congratulating your sidekick here for calling someone a bastard?!!! O my Lord! May Allah guide both of you!
waseem

UNITED KINGDOM
Posted - Wednesday, October 18, 2006  -  2:51 PM Reply with quote
my very dear and respected brothers. I would like to very humbly state my point of view. I feel disappointed, not because of the comments but because of the referance in which we are saying them. I have no problems in listening to critisicim and even strong comments.

However we are trying to discuss, debate and exchange views about the religion of our God Almighty. As I understand, the purpose of religion is " Qad Aflaha man tazakaa" he who purified himself attained fallah. Spiritual purification is the purpose of our religion.

This is an academic forum to debate our views about various aspects of Islam. We have a right to disagree and suggest, what we feel is right. I feel that the comments we put down should be worthy of this stage.

The first requiremens for a mutaqi person is "fear of Allah"generated by accountability and also desire to please Allah.

Allah knows best
Nida_e_Khair

PAKISTAN
Posted - Wednesday, October 18, 2006  -  3:11 PM Reply with quote
EXACTLY!
raushan

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Posted - Thursday, October 19, 2006  -  6:14 AM Reply with quote
Winning Encounters Through Silence

By S.P. Kewal

Life is no longer a journey into beauty and pleasure. In the complex world of today, the struggle for existence has become very acute. The rivalry to win in life are played out most viciously. Challenges track us, and encounters are in ambush, unexpected hostile situations clamour for a duel, wherever we go. We shiver in our boots and cry for a way out. Thus tranquility becomes the first casuality because we don't know how to fight in silence. But do the people understand the language of silence? Noted thinker Elbert Hubbard says that "he who does not understand your silence will probably not understand your words". Caryle writes in his book Heroes and Hero-Worship that silence is more eloquent than words.

Does being fully engaged in one's favourite activity makes a person really happy and successful if he all the time shrills and screams? Does a combative personality hold out a promise for greater achievements in life? Such people think they can get their work done if they keep people around in constant terror through shouting and screaming. To be aggressive in behaviour, arrogant in manners and harsh in language is a manifestation of savagery. You cannot always remain oblivious to such things. Fight back? No, keep your calm. You just can't make a hawk sing like a dove. Moreover, you can't always control the external events, but you can control your attitude towards them. Your strength is your silence. Poet Sadi in the Gulistan says, "A man of virtue, judgement, and prudence speaks not until there is silence."

Finding oneself faced by danger, difficulties, sudden outburst or an explosion of anger,; one shouldn't react quickly. Take a careless posture while encountering an unpleasant situation. It does not mean that one should go through life with apologetic steps. But choose your words carefully, and be ready to give answer to anyone who seeks questions. Of the best society it used to be said, "their speech instructs the mind, and their silence the feelings". Noted French novelist Camu says that "life is meaningless, but we give meanings to it through sensible activities." It is possible only when you make your struggle silence-based. English poet R L Stevenson is of the opinion that it is not always possible to translate all your plans and projects into reality, sometimes a genuine failure is better than a fake success. When a sense of defeat stings you because someone else has stolen march upon you, close your eyes and pray: "Even though I grumble and bemoan my fate from day to day, and wish my circumstances were not quite modest, thankyou lord for the gift of a peaceful life.

Not only mundane affairs, but dreams and fantasies can also turn into a monster-like challenge that shakes your emotional life. In a moment of ecstasy, you weave your dreams around someone. You like to be liked. You want to be wanted. You love to b e loved. But possibilities of deceptions in life cannot be ruled out. Your dreams are shattered, because association has ended in a let down. You look around for something to slit your throat because pain has become unbearable and it has gone into your soul. Sir Walter Raleigh in The Silent Lovers suggests that silence in emotional turmoil is a soothing balm. It is a healing for all ailments. If challenge is simple, observe silence. But if it is grave one, observe frostly silence. The storm will blow over.

It is beautiful to be famous. It is glorious to be rich. It is heavenly to be loved. But before you venture on a perilous journey, you had better wear an armour of silence. It will surely protect you from the onslaught of nasty encounters. It is a sure recipe to win the day.
waseem

UNITED KINGDOM
Posted - Thursday, October 19, 2006  -  3:49 PM Reply with quote
excellent reading and has put me to shame about my e-mail.Many thanks for sharing it with us.
waseem

UNITED KINGDOM
Posted - Saturday, October 28, 2006  -  9:38 PM Reply with quote
brother this was an excellent reading about the power of silence. However I have thought about it in the islamic point of view. The two things that come to mind our. Firstly the obligation of our imaan is tawaasi bil Haq and Tawassi bisabr. A muslim, in his own circle exhorts about the right path and to maintain steadfastness. Then the definition of a muslim according to the Qur'an. amar i bilmaroof and nahi unil munkar. I wonder how much the power of silence would apply to a muslim in light of above
raushan

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Posted - Sunday, October 29, 2006  -  8:05 AM Reply with quote
A wise person is one who knows which one is little among bad things.
Caliph Omar's(R.A) once adviced 'eliminate the sh'r(bad)with silence.

What we forget these days is to understand ''counterproductive''acts done in the name of good.
Isnt it judicious to keep mum if our action against' bad' becomes the reason to invite' worst'.

This silence isnt something keeping us''idle'' but its a conclusion of deepthinking and longsightedness.This idleness is not an easy task,ask one who has experienced this.It is always easy to react fast than to stop ourselve,keep calm ,think twice,judge your action and your enemies capability and then react.

Let me tell you an old saying in indian subcontinent:
''elephant walks and dogs bark''

wassalam
waseem

UNITED KINGDOM
Posted - Sunday, October 29, 2006  -  8:28 AM Reply with quote
Jaza'akallah brother

You are what your name is in urdu "the enlightened one" and I do not mean Buddha. Very well answered. May Allah give you the rewards.

In need of your prayers
waseem

UNITED KINGDOM
Posted - Sunday, October 29, 2006  -  8:40 AM Reply with quote
"Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living, the other helps you make a life."
raushan

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Posted - Sunday, October 29, 2006  -  11:35 AM Reply with quote
All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds
Zulfee

USA
Posted - Tuesday, October 31, 2006  -  1:10 PM Reply with quote
raushan
quote:

Let me tell you an old saying in indian subcontinent:
''elephant walks and dogs bark''

By walking and barking, Haven’t You broken the pledge of ‘silence and patience’ proclaiming everywhere, with scum in your mouth? You are giving the lessons of silence and patience but being the otherwise and a liar in a beautiful way, be do shameful by showing what is in fact present in your heart!!!!!!!!!
waseem

UNITED KINGDOM
Posted - Wednesday, November 01, 2006  -  7:08 AM Reply with quote
My dear brother Zulfi Salaam

most humbly I would like to ask you about your comments above. Do you feel that in an open discussion forum about Islam, where people are e-mailing and sharing opinions, do you feel this language is appropriate?

You are without doubt very knowledgeable. I personally doubly worry about every action pertaining to religion. I worry that I do not cross the limits in the path of religion. The Qur'an says

Call to the way of your Lord with wisdom and sincere exhortations and debate with them in manners that are appropriate (16;125)

Brother , there may be my way or your way but The Qur'an is the Mizaan and furqaan. This is the suggested way not by me but the fountain of our knowledge and the source of our knowledge

Let us learn from your knowledge in the right way.

" Deen ilam aur amal key tawazan ka naam hey.

If I have transgressed the bounderies of religion in what I have stated then I apologise.
Allah knows best

In need of your prayers and support

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